Apple had troubles delivering the new iPhone X after its launch on November 3. The delivery dates are already fixed to 5 business days (from 5 weeks in early November), and now Cupertino also offers the phone completely SIM-free.
The unlocked iPhone X will work with any carrier, including support for all CDMA and GSM networks. Offered in Silver or Space Gray, the bezel-less Apple phone costs $999 for the 64GB version and $1,149 for the 256 GB one.
If you canít wait for a December 12 shipment, there is always the pick-up option where you get it straight from an Apple Store.
The term "SIM-free" could be confusing for not so techy consumers. "Carrier-free" would have been more accurate. SIM-free could have described a phone without a pre-inserted SIM or a SIM slot. It could have also described a Wifi-only device
Unfortunately they do, they can even put 3000 euro price, problems is people and their stupidity to buy it